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The barbershop is a great place to while away an afternoon

Madhu Narasimhan finds a pretty legit experience for an 8-ringgit haircut at Malaysian Tamil barbershop Illustration: Uttam Ghosh It's a lazy Sunday afternoon in Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. My Fulbright colleague and I are sitting around our shared flat, staring at a daunting list of work to-dos, totally unwilling to start on any of it. Schedule interviews with Malaysian MPs? No, we obviously can't bother them on a Sunday. Plan for the English camp we're organising for secondary school ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Five best personal finance tools

Online and mobile based personal finance applications have gained importance over the past few years.Personal finance management is critical for all. However, not all of us have the time or knowledge to manage our finances effectively. Sometimes, even if one has the time and there is sufficient awareness, tracking finances is put off simply because of carelessness or laziness. However, don't panic. Several personal finance tools available today can help in active personal finance management.
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When the Empress of India paid homage to Babar

'The first 55 years of Natwar Singh's life give a fascinating narrative of our diplomacy,' says Ambassador B S Prakash after reading One Life is Not Enough.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh The Amul butter advertisement got it right. The butter in the ad was a sensational spread, it claimed, like the 'natworious' disclosures in the news. The ad was catching a moment, when for days on end, on evening television there were revelations by an elderly gentleman with a well coiffured white mane that any ...
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The case of the spooky detective

'Murders happen every day. Some get correctly solved, some get incorrectly solved and some never get solved. Most of the time, nobody bothers. But if the murdered person is someone big or related to someone big, then it becomes a problem...' Sherna Gandhy's tongue-in-cheek take on how some cases are solved. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com I am writing this account to clear my name. All sorts of things are being said about me by these presswallahs and I must defend myself. I am retired ...
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The tizzy caused by Modi's proposed gift!

B S Prakash takes a tongue-in-cheek look at what India's neighbours think about Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking Indian scientists to develop a SAARC satellite, which can be dedicated as a 'gift' to the neighbours. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com LeakyWeeks, the Web site that exposes confidential documents has revealed how India's neighbours reacted to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's proposal of a SAARC satellite. Speaking at the launch of the PSLV last month, Modi had offered that the ...
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8 things that turn off prospective employers

The last thing you want to do is tick off your prospective employer and ruin your chances of landing a dream job. Presenting a list of things you must absolutely stay away from... Interviewers or head-hunters are the gateway to the company that one yearn to be a part of. If any single activity of yours frustrates them, then getting through the job interview can be a daunting task. Here are some situations or actions that you need to be watchful of when you're meeting a prospective recruiter. 1.
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Spend after saving, not the other way round

The new budget may not be populist but it does put more money in your pocket -- to spend or invest. What will you do? Would you purchase an LCD or would you rather invest it for the future? We asked you, our dear readers, what you'd do with that extra money and this is our first response. Niharika Tripathi writes in: We should save the extra 50,000 or whatever amount one can save. As it is good for us and for nation's economy as well. And this steps was taken specially to encourage household ...
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To each his NAMO

B S Prakash talked to a number of professionals, some already a part of the PM’s team and others outside, as to what Narendra Modi’s success and stature means for their careers or their dhanda. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Har Har Modi’ was frowned upon even before the results, but ‘Ghar Ghar Modi’ is already a reality. In tune with the new outlook, where everyone is encouraged to take their own initiative and advance their interests -- apart from the ...
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What if Sajid Khan directed Mr India, Sholay?

What if Sajid Khan, who recently gave us Humshakals, touched our classics? Would cinema be as good? We take a look. Just how bad is Sajid Khan as a filmmaker? Awful enough to make the new age Ram Gopal Varma look as good as, well, the vintage Ram Gopal Varma... that’s how bad. Is Sajid Khan the worst director in Hindi cinema today? Based on his monumentally bad efforts so far, he may well be, but -- in a shattering blow to the very idea of democracy -- his films make money and find ...
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